The Inagawa Furusatokan exhibits the town's history, cultural assets, and items related to folk performing arts and everyday tools and farming implements that the people of Inagawa used up until the mid-Showa period (1926-1989).
Also on display is a standing statue of Ichiebisu Daikokuten, an important cultural property of Hyogo Prefecture.
The standing statue of Ichiebisu Daikokuten features Daikokuten, the god of wealth, standing on a bale and stepping on a sack he carries with his right foot.
Ebisu Ten, the god of commerce, is standing to his left, holding a sea bream on a rock, with only the left half of his body visible.
Furusatokan displays a replica of the original calligraphy of Mokugui Myomitsu, a Buddhist monk in the late Edo period who left many sculptures of Buddhist statues. It also shows items related to the achievements of Awano Yorinosuke, the first person to discover the Mokugui Buddha in Inagawa.
The museum also introduces Tomita Gisaku, a native of Ueno, Inagawa, who revitalized Goryeo celadon pottery.
The exhibit on agar making in Inagawa is easy for even elementary school students to understand. The exhibit on past industries introduces the town's "three black" and "three white" specialties. These refer to three black and three white products, black representing charcoal, chestnuts, and cattle, and white representing sake, rice, and agar.
There is also a large green lawn and an artificial waterway where small children can play safely.